Four-star tight end Devonte Campbell out of Forestville, Md. was scheduled to take an official visit to Tennessee last weekend. The 6-foot-1, 234-pounder couldn't make it to Knoxville. Are the Volunteers still in the mix for his services?
"I was scheduled at one time to go to Tennessee," he said. "I have switched it though and am now going next week on January 26th. Right now I'm getting ready to leave for my official this weekend to Syracuse."
Campbell has an idea of what he'll be looking for on the upcoming visits.
"I really want to see what will be different on these trips from my last two at Illinois and Maryland," he stated. "These are both out of state schools and I want to see what they have to offer. Honestly, I only know mostly what Maryland does. I want to see other places besides my hometown.
"As far as the coachs, I just want to see how they click with their players. I'll be watching the relationship with them and see if I fit in best there."
Between the four programs, Campbell claims there are still no favorites.
Earlier this week, the No. 3 prospect in Maryland received an in-home visit from Ralph Friedgen.
"He came by my house on Wednesday," he said. "He talked to my folks and told me all the basics about college. There was nothing really new with the trip. He basically told me and my father the same stuff he has in the past. It was a nice time and I enjoyed it."